Family health features from JFH
Can we improve our brain health?
Understanding childhood food allergies
Introduction of solids in babies at risk of allergies
Management of infantile colic
Safeguarding the child should always trump any ‘race card’
New Premier League concussion rules need to become commonplace
Eating disorders and depression in sports: does one lead to the other?
Gaps in our knowledge about child abuse.
Child protection starts before birth
I’ve heard it said that the best time to intervene to change a child’s life chances is 100 years before their birth. This may be taking the concept of early intervention to its extreme, but it is undoubtedly true that work with prospective parents can, and should, start before their children are born. The NSPCC's Sally Hogg explains why.